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post #24291 of 24355 (permalink) Old 03-24-2020, 04:40 PM
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addiction comes in many forms. its a set cycle of behavior. the only thing that changes is the substance/thing being abused. Yes, that is correct. You're not unique, clever, or one off in any way, shape or form, when you're a junky of any kind. whether its working out, gaining power thru sociopathic subversion, money, drugs, etc. the behavior is nearly identical.

see gambling, and LN2 benchmarking addiction

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Keep telling yourself that if it helps you.

A workaholic junky getting a second job without financially being in need of it, a doctor working nights for more certifications, a sprint athlete doing martial arts on the side, a writer learning new (also uneeded) languages, list goes on, indicate and almost always amount to improvement, expansion and growth, physical or mental.
Read: advancement. Willed and worked for; ie paid in advance.

Someone sniffing glue, snow is.. nothing but someone sniffing glue or snow. It being someone destroying their brain; worse yet, doing so not only irrevocably, but also very deliberately.
Read: regression, destabilisation, perhaps even the final curtain after a long period of being nothing but a weight to society.
Unworthy of respect, pity or assistance.

You have some interesting notions around what constitutes uniqueness

Pride, honour and purity.

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i don't think there's anything we're disagreeing on here... except maybe confusing and combining different things.

that which drives the person working hard may be completely different from what drives the junky, and attempting to compare the genuine workaholic to someone trying to strive for excellence in a particular field requires too much stretching and assumption on information we don't know.

fear of being broke like their mothers, and grandmothers in old age, is what drove some of my family to over achieve.

the point was - the guy who sold his STH10 and car to fund his LN2 benchmarking habit likely experiences the same FOMO that triggers the mentally addicted to keep reaching for more crack. errr mrrrr grrrd! ima never get those numbers again! or errr mrrr grrrd! i'm gonna crash n be tired, instead of ringing from ear to ear! noooo!!! eh, i guess the ln2 thing is more akin to gambling.

physical is a different monster all together.

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I have a noise question. Does anyone have any tips to dampen vibration of a pump/res combo? I have my reservoirs mounted to the reservoir plate that is then attached to the case itself. Are there any rubber rings I can put on the screws or something like that? I'm going to be draining the loop and general cleanup soon-ish so I'll do it then.
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you're on the right track, though you'd probably have to go down to the local hardware store to find appropriate rubber solutions.

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Quote: Originally Posted by trainplane3 View Post
I have a noise question. Does anyone have any tips to dampen vibration of a pump/res combo? I have my reservoirs mounted to the reservoir plate that is then attached to the case itself. Are there any rubber rings I can put on the screws or something like that? I'm going to be draining the loop and general cleanup soon-ish so I'll do it then.
I used this Vibration Damping Sheet material under my pump mounting brackets and it works well. You can cut it to whatever size you need
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was it any different than a 5mm rubber pad?

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Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
was it any different than a 5mm rubber pad?
I would say it is softer than a normal rubber pad.



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Quote: Originally Posted by Barefooter View Post
I used this Vibration Damping Sheet material under my pump mounting brackets and it works well. You can cut it to whatever size you need
Ok, that's an idea! I did put some sound deadening material behind the plate and along the edges but I still get vibrations/very audible humming occurring when I try to turn the pumps up at all. They're running ever so slightly above the lowest speed. I could get what you've used and run the screws through it and see if that helps then.

Here's what I used (it's also all around my case in various areas too):
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Any word on if the Aqua Computer D5 NEXT pumps are any good?
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Started to get settled into the new place. Figured I'd start work on the new build.

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